This show has been commercially released as "Road Trips Vol. 1, No. 3: Summer 1971"
Bertha Playing In The Band Loser Mr. Charlie El Paso Cumberland Blues Brokedown Palace Me And Bobby McGee Hard To Handle Casey Jones Six Days On The Road Watcha Gonna Do I Don't Know You Down In The Boondocks Portland Woman Dirty Business Henry Glendale Train Workin' Man Blues The Only Daddy That'll Walk The Line Fair Chance To Know The Weight Louisiana Lady Last Lonely Eagle Sweet Lovin One
Saint Stephen Truckin' -> Drums -> The Other One -> Me And My Uncle -> The Other One Deal Sugar Magnolia Morning Dew Turn On Your Lovelight
Versions - Different performances of the song by the same artist
Compilations - Other albums which feature this performance of the song
Covers - Performances of a song with the same name by different artists
Playing In The Band
Me And Bobby McGee
Hard To Handle
The Other One ->
Me And My Uncle ->
The Other One
Turn On Your Lovelight
Of course I frequed when I saw Charlie's SBD seeds of both Hollywood
Palladium shows. Recent fresh Apogee A/D transfers of Harvey Kaslow's
classic AUDs by Matt Smith (instigated by Dr. Bertrando perhaps?) set
the stage for a matrix. The two sources compliment each other nicely,
although both sources sound great on their own, so this is by no means
a rescue mission, but just another shnid to file away, or play loudly
if that's your thing.
June 30, 2010 Subject:
Live releases-blessing or curse?
From the audience recordings I've heard Im blown away. 1971 was a good year, and this may just top it. Was hoping to hear a soundboard version (very much so), but the live release only had a few songs on it. If anyone has more info, please contact me at email@example.com
February 28, 2009 Subject:
The GRATEFUL DEAD "Live On Stage" August 6, 1971 at the Hollywood Palladium, Hollywood, CA, U.S.A.
A "Masterpiece"...not to be missed.
I warn you: Get it while you can, get it while it's free, get it now or you'll be sorry...
Chris Chappell has given us a gift from Heaven.
5 stars for the mix
5 stars for the recording
5 stars for the performance
5 stars for the Chris Chappell transfer
I hope you got to download this show with RealPlayer before it got yanked, they yanked the other versions of this show...so if it's here when you are, get it or else it might not be here when you come back...
Eat, Drink, Be Merry and Listen to the GRATEFUL DEAD.
Thanks for the Love from 1971.
PS: The GRATEFUL DEAD never sounded as good as they did in 1971. It's not my opinion, it's FACT, and April Fillmore E/W 1971 is still my all time favorite GRATEFUL DEAD.
PSS: GOD BLESS Chris Chappell for sharing this show. I got to hear it like never before thanks to him.
Playing loudly is my thing...It sounds fantastic!!! WOW!